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Monday, 23 October 2017

European Parliament (Strasbourg):
- 19-22 October: Plenary session

EU Presidency (Brussels/Luxembourg):
- 19 October: Working Party on Africa (COAFR); Working Party on Development Cooperation (CODEV); Eurogroup
- 19/20 October: Agriculture and Fisheries Council
- 20 October: Economic and Financial Affairs Council; ACP Working Party;
- 21 October: Environment Council; Coreper II; Working Party on International Environment Issues (WPIEI) Climate Change
- 22 October: Working Party on Internal/External Fisheries Policy; Coreper II
- 23 October: Coreper I;

ACP Secretariat (Brussels):
- 19 October: 3rd Joint ACP-EC Ambassadorial Negotiating meeting
- 20 October: WINDS-Caribe Seminar
- 21 October: S/C on Establishment and Finance

22-24 October: European Development Days Stockholm, Sweden

For more information please consult the calendar on our webpage http://brussels.cta.int/

Friday, 16 October 2009
In the context of the European Development Days to be held in Stockholm under the Swedish presidency on 22-24th October 2009, CTA in partnership with the EC, FAO, IFAD, IIED, AGRA, Regional African Farmers Organisations will organise on 22 October (17h00-19h00) a round table on trends and challenges of the Global Land Acquisition. Recent global trends are prompting a massive increase in global commercial interest in land and natural resources. In many countries this is creating unprecedented pressures on land resources and placing new tensions on land tenure systems. We will discuss the facts, scope and main affected countries as well as the drivers behind. We will also look at the minimum set of principles and measures to coordinate the large-scale transnational land acquisitions and leases at international level in order to ensure that such investments work for the benefit of the population including the most vulnerable groups. To know more and register: boto@cta.int.
Thursday, 15 October 2009

The European Commission has provided € 32 million in assistance to 22 African Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries over a period of 6 years to help fight poverty and to increase access to and quality of sexual and reproductive health services and commodities. The International Workshop on Poverty Eradication and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), taking place from 14-15 October 2009 in Brussels, will evaluate the European Commission contribution to SRHR and discuss lessons learned and ways forward.

The video recordings of the 13th Briefing session (“Upgrading to compete in a globalised world: What opportunities and challenges for SMEs in agriculture in ACP countries?”) are now available.
The first Global Health Policy Forum – an informal monthly gathering of stakeholders active on EU Global Health – discussed an outline of the process leading to adoption of a Communication on the ‘EU’s Role in Global Health’ during the Spanish Presidency. The meeting focused on three major challenges of global health: equity; policy coherence and governance, as well as discussing the process leading towards adoption by the Commission of the Communication.
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